VETS LOOKING FOR VETS
 

 

WWI

WWII

KOREA

VIETNAM

DESERT STORM

 


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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE  YOU MIGHT WANT TO LOOK HERE.  WE WILL TRY TO HELP YOU FIND THEM.

THIS PAGE IS DEDICATED TO ALL WHO ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE YOU MIGHT HAVE SERVED WITH OR WHO YOUR PARENTS MIGHT HAVE SERVED WITH.  IF YOU SERVED AND WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOUR NAME LISTED IN CASE SOMEONE IS TRYING TO FIND YOU.  PLEASE E-MAIL US AND WE WILL PUT YOUR NAME IN UNDER THE WAR YOU SERVED IN.  MOST PEOPLE KNOW SOLDIERS BY NICKNAMES SO ANY NICKNAMES YOU MIGHT HAVE USED WOULD BE A BIG HELP. 

Example:


 

LINWOOD GREEN

"OD" GREEN 

"DOC GREEN"       

FROM THE STATE OF MAINE 5TH MECH                                           


Vernon (Art) Arthur Babcock

11th Medical Supply Depot, ETO


Joseph F. E. Dupuis  "Duke"

Korea -- Marines

1st Battalion, 5th Marines regiment, 1st marines division.  Tour was July 1951 thru 1952.

Dukes E-Mail is:  keepsmiling@artlover.com .


Joseph G. Goozie is looking for:

David Fowler

Joseph Served with David in Nellingen Germany from 1965 to 1967. He then went to OCS and became a 2nd Lt.  The last time Joseph heard from him was in 1967.  Joseph went to Washington to see if he David's Name was on the Wall, it was not. His unit in Germany was HHD 87th Maintenance Battalion. David  was from Westport, Conn.  If anyone has any information about David Fowler please contact Joseph at

soxfan@javanet.com

 

I have an elderly friend who is searching for a comrade from WWII. My 
friend's name is Ray Anderson, and is a lifelong Rhode Island resident. He 
would like to find Richard Smith, whom he served with in the Navy at the 
invasion of Southern France, Aug. 15, 1944, on board LCT-1017. Mr. Smith 
would be about 76 years old, and was spotted last year by a friend from R.I. 
at a flea market in Orland Me. (Unfortunately, the friend, a minister, did 
not ask for any information from "Smitty" nor did Smith give the minister any 
info). I presume Mr. Smith lives in this general area, as he worked in 
Bangor years ago, and was seen, as I said, in Orland. There are more than a 
hundred Richard Smith's in the Maine phonebook, and hopefully you could help 
my friend find the right one.
Perhaps you would have some idea of how to find Mr. Smith, or could be of 
some help. I also don't know if there is a website for the Orland , 
Bucksport or Bangor Legions, but your site was the one I came across in my 
search.
Eagerly, Thankfully, and Kindly,
Wm. Steere
115 Spring St.
East Greenwich, RI 02818

 

If anyone can help please contact Mr. Steere or us at the address below.


 

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